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2013-04

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Meng-hu Guo, En-cao Cui, Xin-yuan Li, Lei Zong

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To explore a proper acupuncture treatment protocol for dry eye syndrome (DES), by comparing the therapeutic effects between ordinary acupuncture and electroacupuncture (EA). Forty-seven eligible subjects with DES were randomized into an acupuncture group (n=23) and an EA group (n=24). With the same acupoint formula, the acupuncture group was treated with ordinary acupuncture, and the EA group was treated with ordinary acupuncture plus electrical stimulation. After a treatment course, eye symptom score, Schirmer I test (SIT), Break-up Time (BUT) of tear film, Corneal Fluorescein Staining (CFS), and Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) were adopted in evaluation and comparison of the two groups. The total effective rate was 79.2% in the EA group versus 56.5% in the acupuncture group, and the difference was statistically significant (P<0.05). After treatment, both groups had marked improvements in eye symptom score, SIT, BUT, CFS, and VAS values (P<0.001); the EA group was better than acupuncture group in improving eye symptom score and SIT value (both P<0.05); the differences were insignificant in comparing VAS, BUT and CFS results between the two groups (P>0.05). Both EA and ordinary acupuncture are effective in treating DES, but EA is better than ordinary acupuncture in improving eye symptom and SIT score. More... »

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84-88

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  • 2009-06. Summary on clinical experience of acupuncture treating dry eye syndromes in JOURNAL OF ACUPUNCTURE AND TUINA SCIENCE
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